Dogs are precocious and fascinating souls, for many reasons. Dogs are loyal, loving, kind and compassionate, no matter what. They are capable of unconditional love and always seems to be there for you to lend an ear and a kind paw.
It’s a common belief that dogs have better vision than humans, but is it true? Dogs, contrary to popular belief, do not see the world in black-and-white. Their vision is actually most similar to people with red-green color blindness. But there are other ways humans differ from dogs as well, including less sensitivity to both brightness and variations in shades of grey.
Now there is an evolutionary new iPhone app called Dog Vision that lets you see the world how your dog sees it. Based scientific research, the app creates a view through your iPhone camera on how dogs see color, acuity and brightness.
Finally, we can begin to gain important insights into how our pups perceive our world. Isn't technology wonderful?
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